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High harmonic generation and ionization effects in cluster targets

  • M. Aladi (a1), I. Márton (a1), P. Rácz (a1), P. Dombi (a1) and I.B. Földes (a1)...

Abstract

High harmonic generation in gas jets was investigated in different gases up to more than 14 bar backing pressure. The observation of increase of harmonic intensity with increasing pressure and laser intensity shows evidence of the presence of clusters in Xe with an increased efficiency compared with He, whereas Ar is an intermediate case for which clusters will start to dominate above a certain backing pressure. Spectral investigations give evidence for tunable harmonic generation in a broad spectral range. A spectral shift of opposite signature caused by the free electrons in the focal volume and the nanoplasmas inside the cluster was observed.

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Correspondence to:  I. B. Földes, Wigner Research Centre for Physics, H-1525 Budapest, POB 49, Hungary. Email: foldes.istvan@wigner.mta.hu

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High harmonic generation and ionization effects in cluster targets

  • M. Aladi (a1), I. Márton (a1), P. Rácz (a1), P. Dombi (a1) and I.B. Földes (a1)...

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